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Check out who is leading and who is falling behind in the August 2018 primary election.
It may be difficult for a supermajority of voters to pass the measure, given the other property taxes they are paying now and others they will be voting on in the November election, but Fire Chief Bud Backer believes people will see the real need East Pierce is in.
The Northwest Western Swing Music Festival is ready for its 28th annual festival at the Enumclaw Expo Center Aug. 9 - 12.
The Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society is facing challenges, the most noteworthy being its members moving away and not having a place to call its own.
Bring a toy to Allan Yorke Park this Wednesday for the annual “Salute to Armed Forces” concert.
The Pierce County Sheriff Department said the plane lost power after taking off.
Be careful swimming in the northeastern part of the lake.
Macie Bosik is excited to break the mould and do something different for her last year of high school.
It was hard for the McFaddens to find a home, with houses flying off the market within days, even hours. So they told their agent to stop looking at what’s already been built, and start searching for what is going to be built, leading a family of six to the Black Diamond development.
More than a dozen food trucks will be parked at Allan Yorke Park, along with some favorite local performers and breweries raising money for a good cause.
Two were injured, one airlifted to hospital.
The BLPD has a new prescription medication disposal box residents can use free of charge.
The conversation is taken its very first steps. But the direction council members decide to head will likely affect Buckley’s future for years to come.
Don’t get cited with a civil infraction this Independence Day.
The $2.8 million project will affect night commutes, though only some of the time during the 140-day project.
If approved by voters, the bond would raise $80 million in revenue over a 20-year period in order to seriously overhaul some of the department’s outdated stations.
All proceeds help kids of (almost) all ages attend a free cam at the end of July.
Every year, thousands of people are injured by fireworks, from the small “triangle crackers” to the commercial-grade aerial fireworks, resulting in burns, lacerations, lost limbs and death.
Sumner, Bonney Lake, and Buckley will be seeing rate increases in July, with Black Diamond’s service provider also looking to raise their rates.
Check out the Panthers in their cap and gowns getting ready for life’s next challenges.